(Shake, Shake, Shake) Shake Your Booty

Album: Part 3 (1976)
Charted: 22 1
  • Everybody, get on the floor, let's dance
    Don't fight the feeling, give yourself a chance

    Shake shake shake, shake shake shake
    Shake your booty, shake your booty
    Oh, shake shake shake, shake shake shake
    Shake your booty, shake your booty

    Oh, you can, you can do it very well
    You're the best in the world, I can tell

    Oh, shake shake shake, shake shake shake
    Shake your booty, shake your booty
    Oh, shake shake shake, shake shake shake
    Shake your booty, shake your booty, oh yeah

    Shake shake, shake shake
    Oh, shake shake, shake shake

    Oh, shake shake shake, shake shake shake
    Shake your booty, shake your booty
    Oh, shake shake shake, shake shake shake
    Shake your booty, shake your booty

    Oh, shake shake, shake shake
    Shake your booty, oh, son't fight the feeling
    Shake shake, shake shake
    Shake your booty, oh, give yourself a chance
    Shake shake, shake shake
    Shake shake, shake your booty
    You can do it, do it
    Shake shake, shake shake
    Shake your booty, come on, come on now
    Shake shake, shake shake
    Shake your booty, ooh
    Shake shake, shake shake
    Shake your booty, ooh
    Shake shake, shake shake
    Come on your booty
    Shake shake, shake shake Writer/s: HARRY WAYNE CASEY, RICHARD RAYMOND FINCH
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Seventhmist from 7th HeavenI shook my booty to this frequently when it came out, but now my booty is too old to do more that just quiver a bit.
  • Rick from Belfast, MeI was in the US Marine Corps when this song came out....specifically I was overseas in the Philliphines.....shaking and dancing!!!!!!
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